Life Organizer Collection

Sometimes we need a little help finding
ourselves in our own lives

The Life Organizer Collection is a design studio of life tools to keep you connected to you, including 52 weeks of mindful questions, 10 funny pithy email reminders, and the Life Organizer app!

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This offering is full of wisdom tools and resources to guide you in navigating your life by desire.

You’ll remember your vision of enoughness and how to find your way back home to you. Again and Again.

“In this important book, Jennifer Louden shows you how to live with more courage and greater intention and how to embrace the truth that you are enough right now. You’ll write in it, dog-ear it, and use it until it falls apart. It’s just that good.”

– Brene Brown, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Daring Greatly

 

“With a family, home and business, I can get so busy dealing with life that I hardly have time to think about what I want or attend to what I need; I’m just rolling with the punches. If enough time passes in this state, I can easily lose myself in the “doing.”

The Life Organizer is like a life preserver that helps me stay afloat so I can see the horizon of what matters. It completely turned what I thought it meant to have an organized life on its head. A welcome paradigm shift!

The guiding inspirations and prompts help me break free from guilt, perfection and absolutes. The Life Organizer has added a layer of depth and richness to my life that gives me freedom beyond measure. I love the ideas so much I give this book to all my clients – it makes that kind of impact!”

- Rachel Schultz, Life-Organizing Expert and Holistic Health & Cooking Coach, managemotherhood.com

 

“If you’ve read even a couple of Jen Louden’s blog posts, two things have likely happened: 1. You want more … more of Jen’s generous and gracious wit & wisdom and 2. You want to sit and have a long, leisurely cup of tea with her. That’s because what sets Jen and her ‘living from the inside out’ guidance apart is it’s anchored in her own personal experience; shared straight from her heart with courage and great care.

Jen’s beautiful, intuitive and heart-centered Life Organizer book encouraged me to embrace what is now … in this moment. And then, like a good friend holding my hand, guided me towards what’s most true for me; reminding me each step of the way to let go of the “should” and stay in close touch with the flow. It has and continues to be powerful journey that keeps me connected to me.”

- Amanda Winn, Wholehearted Business Development Consultant

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  • http://twitter.com/valeriekusler Valerie Kusler

    Hi Jen– Now that I’ve read through the beginning part of The Life Organizer and am wanting to start my own Life Organizer, I’m finding myself really torn between the print and digital mediums. Have you heard from people who use both and how that works for them? I sort of don’t like the feeling of it being almost bifurcated, but I love that digital gives me the option to record my thoughts with such speed and ease, and with print there’s the option of color, glitter, more creativity. Any advice you can give is much appreciated!

    • jenlouden

      Why not write longer answers in print version and track everything else in the app? That way the charts and graphs or whatever they are will be of most use but you can write longer entries when you feel like it using the wonder of long hand?

      • http://twitter.com/valeriekusler Valerie Kusler

        Thanks for the idea, Jen! I haven’t checked out the web version of the app yet, so I will definitely do that now– and will assign one of my umpteen blank journals as a special place for “extended” Life Organizer responses.